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Congressman Billybob Sez: Sixteen Little Words
Billybob's website ^ | 18 July 2003 | Congressman Billybob (J. Armor, Esq.)

Posted on 07/18/2003 6:07:08 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob

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Because this subject remains a front-burner issue (pushed by a biased press}, I decided to post this early, since I had it written early.
1 posted on 07/18/2003 6:07:09 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob
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2 posted on 07/18/2003 6:09:16 PM PDT by Support Free Republic (Your support keeps Free Republic going strong!)
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To: Congressman Billybob
You know, I have to agree with a phrase that Mark Steyn wrote in a recent column. It fits Chris Matthews' hissy-fits over the last few days, and really sums up his attitude given how wrong his predictions on the result of the US/Iraq war.

"What didn't the President know, and when didn't he know it?"


Summertime news story. Kobe will overshadow...


dvwjr
3 posted on 07/18/2003 6:14:37 PM PDT by dvwjr
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To: Congressman Billybob
Did you hear "Lamont" on the Hannity radio show today? I'm paraphrasing here, and I'm not sure I heard this correctly, but Lamont (a Black American) said that Bush's SOTU statement may have been wrong, but it was an honest mistake.

He went on to imply that we were correct in removing Saddam because it "...sends a message. Screw with the United States of America and we will bitch-slap you into the middle of next month."

Anyone else hear this? Clarification?

4 posted on 07/18/2003 6:15:11 PM PDT by yooper
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To: Congressman Billybob
The issue cited above is not really relevant (without demeaning the excellent analysis)
This is because in fact there are only 16 important words.
They are:

Tonight, America and the world are a much safer because Saddam and his sons are GONE.

Q.E.D.

5 posted on 07/18/2003 6:15:45 PM PDT by Diogenesis (If you mess with one of us, you mess with all of us)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Great article.

I'm beginning to think this is one of those issues that, no matter how much rational reasoning there is, Democrats, in conjunction with their liberal media buds, are going to continue. And there WILL be some confused souls who are incapable of seeing the truth and decide that President Bush really did something worse than Slick ever did!
6 posted on 07/18/2003 6:28:32 PM PDT by Maria S
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To: Maria S
I'm beginning to think this is one of those issues that, no matter how much rational reasoning there is, Democrats, in conjunction with their liberal media buds, are going to continue. And there WILL be some confused souls who are incapable of seeing the truth and decide that President Bush really did something worse than Slick ever did!

Hillary is running in 2004.

7 posted on 07/18/2003 6:41:22 PM PDT by FreeReign (V5.0 Enterprise Edition)
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To: Congressman Billybob
CB, this one is your best, imho. Great work.

I'm seriously PO'd at the press (including FoxNews) for refusing to acknowledge the great work being done by our young Americans helping Iraq get back on its feet. Each day our team makes progress in medical care, infrastructure, recreational facilities, government systems, security, and public relations.

But all we hear is about the death (by hitmen) of noble Americans. We aren't even reminded that they are noble. We aren't reminded that thugs are responsible.

IMO, this is "Against the Troops" rather than "Support the Troops." If you focus on the deaths without giving them MEANING IN CONTEXT, then you are robbing families of pride, consolation, and direction when they think of their loved ones. This is true whether the soldier is one of the deaths or is among the living.

The greatest family support in the world for deployed troops is to demonstrate the nobility of their efforts.

The media comes across like it hates soldiers, soldier families, and the United States of America.

Xzins
Chaplain (Retired) U.S. Army

8 posted on 07/18/2003 6:42:08 PM PDT by xzins
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To: FreeReign
Thanks for just ruining my entire weekend!
9 posted on 07/18/2003 6:45:29 PM PDT by Maria S
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To: dvwjr
BUSH LIED/BUSH LIED/BUSH LIED/KOBE/BUSH LIED/BUSH LIED/KOBE/BUSH LIED/KOBE/BUSH/KOBE/KOBE/KOBE/KOBE/KOBE

...and this weekend's winner is: (drum roll)

KOBE!

10 posted on 07/18/2003 6:45:54 PM PDT by jaz.357 (The beatings will continue until morale improves!)
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To: FreeReign
Hillary is running in 2004.

Oh good. You provided me with the perfect segue so I can post my handiwork again.


11 posted on 07/18/2003 6:47:20 PM PDT by arasina (Conservatives, be CONFIDENT! [My new fightin' words!] WE WILL PREVAIL!)
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To: xzins
I'm seriously PO'd at the press (including FoxNews)

It does seem FNC has climbed aboard the "quagmire in Iraq" bandwagon. I've started to use my mute button with them this week because it seemed like all I was hearing was "Quagmire, guerrilla warfare in Iraq, Kobe, Laci, Tony Blair, quagmire, 3rd ID upset, guerrilla warfare, Kobe, quagmire. And, in other news, 16 words, did Bush lie, quagmire. FOX NEWS ALERT! QUAGMIRE!"

Uh oh. Mute off. Ann Coulter on Hannity & Colmes right now. LOL

12 posted on 07/18/2003 6:53:12 PM PDT by arasina (Conservatives, be CONFIDENT! [My new fightin' words!] WE WILL PREVAIL!)
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To: Congressman Billybob
It is hard for me to isolate which element of this conflagration distresses me more: the inability of a Republican President to frame and coherently argue an issue to his advantage from the bully pulpit of the Presidency or the incredibly lame rebuttal: "It was just one sentence in a single speech"

The President of the United States arguably makes approximately two dozen speeches in his career- one or two inaugural speeches;four or eight State of the Union Addresses; one or two major policy speeches and the odd declaration of war or emergency interspersed with communiques on Foreign Tours.

Every word in every one of those speeches is part of his legacy from Washington's admonition to "beware entangling foreign alliances" to Lincoln's Gettysburg address to Eisenhower's "beware the military-industrial complex".

Defining phrases can be found for almost every President: Kennedy-"Ich bin ein Berliner"; Reagan-"Mr. Gorbachav, tear down this wall";FDR-"A day that will live in infamy";even Jimmy Carter's infamous "malaise speech".

Into this honorable lineage enters the first President of the 21st Century- a man who willfully refuses to correctly pronounce "Nuclear" in every public venue in which he appears; a man whose signature is on "Campaign Finance Reform" Legislation-designed to UnConstitutionally muzzle a certain type of unpopular speech.

Saddam Hussein remains at large. Weapons of Mass Destruction remain just as dangerous as they were before the Iraq invasion and Al Qaeda waits to strike again.

When exactly will this President and the Washington establishment honor their oath to Preserve, Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States?

Nero fiddled while Rome burned, the United States Kakistocracy twiddles while the Constitution smolders.

Best regards,

13 posted on 07/18/2003 6:54:51 PM PDT by Copernicus (A Constitutional Republic revolves around Sovereign Citizens, not citizens around government.)
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To: Congressman Billybob; Miss Marple; Clovis_Skeptic; JustAmy
Bravo!
You hit this one out of the park!
14 posted on 07/18/2003 6:55:22 PM PDT by ladyinred (The left have blood on their hands.)
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To: RoseofTexas; Mo1; Howlin; nopardons
Don't miss this one!
15 posted on 07/18/2003 6:56:53 PM PDT by ladyinred (The left have blood on their hands.)
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To: Congressman Billybob
We have all seen this tactic used before. Where? Take a trip on the way back machine (search ENRON and go back to October 2002 just before the last election.)

The Democrats want to punish President Bush. If he does not do anything wrong, they will invent something.

It is not working, and they can not figure out why. Should we tell them, or let them continue destroying themselves?

Hint, you guys no longer own the gatekeeper to information.

Someone once said that a lie would be halfway around the world before the truth got out of bed. Not anymore. Put a lie out today, and there are somewhere someplace awake to counter it.

There was a time the left could say one thing at one place and something else somewhere else, but those times are over. Everything they say is being recorded, cataloged, and available for their own words to condemn themselves. What a great time to be alive.

16 posted on 07/18/2003 7:01:00 PM PDT by CIB-173RDABN
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To: arasina
NICE job!

This will make a good ad campaign photo in about 15 months.
17 posted on 07/18/2003 7:01:27 PM PDT by HighWheeler
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To: Copernicus
I guess you think that printing your opinion in italics and bold makes it more important. Au contraire.

My father, from the Rio Grande Valley, said "nucular" all his life. He was one of the smartest people I have ever known. It didn't seem to bother my mother, who was an English teacher and eventually a dean at a university.

So, get over it.

18 posted on 07/18/2003 7:03:29 PM PDT by Miss Marple
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To: xzins
I am especially gratified by your response in light of your serice to our nation. Of all the people who go onto battlefields wearing the uniforms of our nation, two groups stand out. Both wear crosses and do not carry weapons. They are the medics and the chaplains.

A salute to you, sir. And thank you for your comments, which I heartily agree with.

Billybob

19 posted on 07/18/2003 7:04:06 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob ("Don't just stand there. Run for Congress." www.ArmorforCongress.com)
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To: Copernicus
Kennedy-"Ich bin ein Berliner"

I am a jelly donut?

20 posted on 07/18/2003 7:05:48 PM PDT by reg45
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To: FreeReign
For WHAT? The Baath Party nomination for POTUS?

The 'Rats are aligning themselves with Saddam. Somehow, I doubt that is winning strategery. Shrillary is far from being the smartest person in the world, but she is smart enough to stay away from the 2004 Democratic train wreck (the POTUS Nomination).

21 posted on 07/18/2003 7:07:12 PM PDT by You Dirty Rats
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To: potlatch
Ping
22 posted on 07/18/2003 7:16:22 PM PDT by ntnychik
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To: Congressman Billybob
hello, Congressman...

this is a Tap-him-Twice-in-Center-Mass Ping! I've already emailed this link to several lib cynics I know...

You've got my vote.

Juan
23 posted on 07/18/2003 7:38:24 PM PDT by CGVet58 (I still miss my ex-wife... but my aim is improving!)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Good article.

Shortly before the fall of Hitler, Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS, created an organization known as the "Werewolves." They were directed to kill American soldiers and German collaborators with the occupation, and to sabotage public facilities and utilities. How many Americans were killed? How many attacks took place?

So how many?

24 posted on 07/18/2003 8:06:20 PM PDT by Tribune7
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To: Tribune7
So how many?

Do your own research ya lazy bum. Print your stuff and I'll ping everybody.

25 posted on 07/18/2003 9:07:00 PM PDT by jokar (There I said it)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Nice job.

26 posted on 07/18/2003 9:34:23 PM PDT by Iowa Granny (Never take sleeping pills and laxative on the same night)
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To: reg45
I am a jelly donut?

Thank you! I thought everyone had forgotten about that. I suspect that translation is one reason the film clip is not shown on the History Channel more often.

I like to watch it whenever I can. There is a roar from the crowd that was widely (mis)interpreted in the US as approval from the Germans.

Best regards,

27 posted on 07/19/2003 5:34:19 AM PDT by Copernicus (A Constitutional Republic revolves around Sovereign Citizens, not citizens around government.)
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To: Miss Marple
I guess you think that printing your opinion in italics and bold makes it more important. Au contraire.

Actually, I would prefer to use Edwardian Script Font in eight point type, but I have been advised it is not possible to enable that HTML code on Free Republic. The choice is limited to one of three or four options and I make my selection accordingly.

My father, from the Rio Grande Valley, said "nucular" all his life. He was one of the smartest people I have ever known. It didn't seem to bother my mother, who was an English teacher and eventually a dean at a university.

It is appropriate for a child to honor her father and mother.

Best regards,

28 posted on 07/19/2003 5:44:10 AM PDT by Copernicus (A Constitutional Republic revolves around Sovereign Citizens, not citizens around government.)
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To: Congressman Billybob
To the press: Do your d*mned homework

Everything you say is true and logical if the people in the press are honest and genuinely after the getting and reporting of the truth.

My take is, this is not a case of the Media being lazy (which many are), stupid (which some are), incompetent (which is possible) or in a feeding-frenzy (which is usual).

It is a case of this fitting their agendas nicely. So, they are feeding this story by aiding and abetting the liars and scoundrels who assert it. In other words, they are in collusion to destroy President Bush (whom they hate), our successful actions in Iraq (which they detest) and our overall War On Terror (which they don't believe is warranted).

Why? Because they are ideologically wont to do so. They have the means and also the advantage of being encouraged by the Democrats, which may as well be renamed the American Baathocrat Party. Remember, this is all the same crowd that stood by and defended the clintons and their criminality for eight long years.

It's in their nature, just as it is in a dog's nature to return to his own vomit.

29 posted on 07/19/2003 7:05:37 AM PDT by Gritty
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To: Gritty
To the press: Do your d*mned homework Everything you say is true and logical if the people in the press are honest and genuinely after the getting and reporting of the truth.

I take it even further: the press has done their homework perfectly-they have found a focus group concept which creates the most confusion with the smallest amount of explanation.

I understand there are now TV commercials in some markets that whittle the 16 word video down to : The Iraqi's were trying to buy Uranium from Niger-thus effectively broadcasting the image of Bush as a complete liar.

The administration's response to this hokem is a curiously defensive consciousness-of-guilt rebuttal to the effect the speech was not relevant or the statement significant.

It is remarkable to watch the Democrats manufacture a complete lie from whole cloth into conventional wisdom while Republicans are unable to take a simple truth and defend it with any vigor or competence.

Truly this is the Age of Colliding Inanities.

Best regards,

30 posted on 07/19/2003 12:18:03 PM PDT by Copernicus (A Constitutional Republic revolves around Sovereign Citizens, not citizens around government.)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Ahemmmmm - What are they not reporting...?

A little off the mark as it were but never the less the fact is "The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday that 42,815 people died in auto accidents in 2002, an increase of 1.5% from 2001. At the same time, the number of injuries dropped, from 3.03 million in 2001 to 2.92 million in 2002." Not to mention hundreds of others in non-auto related deaths. The fixation of the various media on a daily count of American military deaths in Iraq is a little sick IMHO. It's just not PC to report those dying of AIDS.......

31 posted on 07/20/2003 8:09:52 AM PDT by yoe (When Hillary speaks, you can hear those big boots coming across the bridge......)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Bump.
32 posted on 07/20/2003 8:12:15 AM PDT by Rocko
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To: Heuristic Hiker
Ping
33 posted on 07/20/2003 10:22:40 PM PDT by Utah Girl
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To: Congressman Billybob

34 posted on 07/20/2003 11:56:16 PM PDT by cartoonistx
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To: *Old_North_State; **North_Carolina; mykdsmom; 100%FEDUP; 2ndMostConservativeBrdMember; ~Vor~; ...
Congressman Billybob's latest!
Please FRmail me if you want to be added to or removed from this North Carolina ping list.
35 posted on 07/21/2003 5:12:17 AM PDT by Constitution Day
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To: Congressman Billybob
Excellent! PLEASE fax this to all major print media.
36 posted on 07/21/2003 5:39:01 AM PDT by Carolinamom
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To: Congressman Billybob
Well done. I wish you hadn't libeled goats by comparing them with democRATS, though...
37 posted on 07/21/2003 6:09:33 AM PDT by snopercod
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To: jaz.357
It almost makes one long for the days of nonstop Laci Peterson speculation...
38 posted on 07/21/2003 6:11:13 AM PDT by snopercod
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To: snopercod
LOL, my friend,

In my household, goats are looked on with favor, as are weasels (it's a LONG story). So I apologize to all goats, everywhere.

But no, this does NOT make me yearn for a return of Laci Peterson, 24/7 on cable news. Unless his lawyer, Geragos, is incompetent, Scott Peterson will plead guilty to one count of murder, with no death penalty, and that will be that. All the other press blather between now and then is worthless twaddle and a waste of time.

IMHO.

Congressman Billybob

39 posted on 07/21/2003 8:55:18 AM PDT by Congressman Billybob ("Don't just stand there. Run for Congress." www.ArmorforCongress.com)
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To: cartoonistx
I printed out a copy of that wonderful cartoon and hand-carried it down to my local newspaper. I gave it personally to the editor and asked her to run it.
40 posted on 07/21/2003 10:01:29 AM PDT by snopercod
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To: Congressman Billybob; Gritty
Wow! You really are going to kick Taylor's sorry butt out of office. What can I do to help?
41 posted on 07/21/2003 10:11:03 AM PDT by snopercod
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To: Copernicus
Does it also distress you that those 16 words were also quite accurate?
42 posted on 07/21/2003 10:30:20 AM PDT by MEGoody
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To: Copernicus
"Into this honorable lineage enters ... a man who willfully refuses to correctly pronounce "Nuclear" in every public venue..."

Uh, "Genius", that should be "nuclear" (lower case). And I'm far more concerned about a president or first lady or vice president who willfully refuses to speak the truth at every public venue.

43 posted on 07/21/2003 6:22:45 PM PDT by Nevermore
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To: Tribune7
I was up until 3:15 a.m. this morning, tracking down real figures on attacks, sabotage and casualties in Germany after WW II. Finally found the records for VII Corps (Patton's unit). Sent the info to Jerry Agar on-air in Raleigh, who's temporarily filling in for their morning man. He broke the story this morning.

John / Billybob

44 posted on 07/21/2003 6:37:43 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob ("Don't just stand there. Run for Congress." www.ArmorforCongress.com)
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To: MEGoody
Does it also distress you that those 16 words were also quite accurate?

In the context of this discussion accuracy is hardly relevant.

Congressman BillyBob posits the insignificance of 16 little words out of thousands, I posit the status quo pre-emptive surrender incompetence displayed whenever a Republican is challenged by the nitwittery of the left.

To prove the accuracy of a statement in the context of ridiculing your opponent into silence would be a useful technique.

Perhaps someone will teach Karl Rove the technique before President "Read my lips, no new tyranny" loses his shot at a second term.

Best regards,

45 posted on 07/21/2003 6:47:56 PM PDT by Copernicus (A Constitutional Republic revolves around Sovereign Citizens, not citizens around government.)
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To: Congressman Billybob
I was up until 3:15 a.m. this morning, tracking down real figures on attacks, sabotage and casualties in Germany after WW II. Finally found the records for VII Corps (Patton's unit). Sent the info to Jerry Agar on-air in Raleigh, who's temporarily filling in for their morning man. He broke the story this morning.

So are you just going to drive us crazy or are you going to inform us good folk who don't live anywhere near Raleigh what they are?

I'm going to guess that the number of deaths is about 600.

46 posted on 07/21/2003 7:06:53 PM PDT by Tribune7
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To: Tribune7
So far, I've only been able to get the data for VII Corps, which was only part of the American occupation of Germany, which as you recall was divided into four sectors -- American, British, French and Russian. But here are the conclusions:

1. The US had about the same number of troops in Germany after WW II as it now has in Iraq. (That makes comparisons very easy.)

2. If VII Corps (Patton's unit) was typical of the other units, the US suffered the same casualties, meaning both wounded and killed, by enemy action in Germany then, as it is in Iraq today. And the casualties continued at about the same rate for almost a year.

3. The nature of sabotage in Germany was different -- US communications depended on transmission over wires strung on poles, and those were the primary target -- but the number of acts of sabotage were about the same.

4. Heinrich Himmler, head of the SS, created the "Werewolves" just before Germany fell. It used recruits as young as 12 to carry out armed attacks on Americans, and others. About half the attacks, however, were by German soldiers and some foreigners who entered the country to carry out such attacks. These were not organized centrally.

5. Most people belived until December, 1945, that Hitler might still be alive and encouraging the attacks. General Eisenhower was still under standing orders to "capture Hitler." There were rumors that Hitler was operating out of Bavaria, or Argentina, among others. Documents captured in December finally pinned down the suicide of Hitler and Eva Braun and the burning of their bodies outside the Bunker, in May, 1945.

6. Neither the New York Times nor any other major American news outlet said of Germany in 1945-46 that the US was "in a quagmire," or that the losses "were excessive," or that the American people were growing "tired of the losses," or that the war "might not have been justified." In short, the differences between 1945-46 and 2003-2004 are not in the facts on the ground, but solely in how the press is reacting to the facts on the ground.

You will, no doubt, see that every paragraph above from the history of US soldiers in Germany after WW II is a nearly identical parallel to the current situation in Iraq. If these facts are dug out and finally reported, putting the German occupation side by side with the Iraq one, it will be another battle for truth that began on the Internet, and I am the person who fired the first shot in that battle.

Congressman Billybob

P.S. I hope that satisfactorily answers your questions. If your estimate of 600 casualties then includes wounded, it is slightly high. If it is deaths only, it is way high.

47 posted on 07/21/2003 7:26:12 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob ("Don't just stand there. Run for Congress." www.ArmorforCongress.com)
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To: Congressman Billybob
If these facts are dug out and finally reported, putting the German occupation side by side with the Iraq one, it will be another battle for truth that began on the Internet, and I am the person who fired the first shot in that battle.

bump

48 posted on 07/21/2003 7:33:10 PM PDT by Tribune7
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To: Nevermore
Uh, "Genius", that should be "nuclear" (lower case). And I'm far more concerned about a president or first lady or vice president who willfully refuses to speak the truth at every public venue.

Interesting. In the smoldering wreck of your Republican Brain you discover standards and values. Cherish those thoughts.

Tomorrow my problem will be solved with a better spell/grammar checker.

Tomorrow you will remain a member of the Republican Party(motto: we not only quit, we advance the Fabian Soviet Socialist agenda before, during and after our capitulation) Who has the bigger problem?

This notion the current President is superior to the previous President because of some (few) virtues borders on ludicrous.

It is preferable to deal with a burglar rather than a strong arm robber, rapist or molester, but all should be avoided in business deals and certainly should not be left in charge of national affairs under any circumstances.

The Republicans had an opportunity to beat Clintigula fair and square in 1996. They blew it.

They had another opportunity to remove him from office in 1998 and blew it again.

They came within a hair of losing the Y2K election and now after nearly three years of relentless idiocy we hear the same sad song: Support Bush and the Republicans or the Republic will go to hell in a handbasket.

Newsflash: The Republic IS in HELL with or without a handbasket.

One more good sucker punch and the thin veneer of civilization will peel off this society like a cheap composite entry door facing the noon day sun.

Sleep well.

Best regards,

49 posted on 07/22/2003 6:25:47 AM PDT by Copernicus (A Constitutional Republic revolves around Sovereign Citizens, not citizens around government.)
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To: Explorer89
Excellent article.
50 posted on 07/22/2003 7:51:19 AM PDT by MrConfettiMan (These pretzels are making me thirsty.)
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